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Thursday, January 29, 2015 |  Madison, WI: 32.0° F  Overcast
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WEEK IN REVIEW

Drop Kick Murphys want Gov. Walker to stop using their music; State's workers comp system may face changes; Walker forms political committee which can accept presidential campaign donations

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 Child pornography charges against former sheriff's deputy dropped; Supreme Court to hear arguments on same-sex marriage after differing rulings; Walker writes critical tweet before State of the Union

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 Madison's first homicide of the year occurs; Paul Ryan will not run for president; Gov. Scott Walker delivers State of the State address

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 Gov. Walker sworn in for second term; Republican leaders uncertain about right-to-work legislation; Four set to challenge incumbent Mayor Paul Soglin

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 Barry Alvarez to coach Badgers in Outback Bowl; 1.7 million calls to state's unemployment hotline blocked last year; Paul Chryst to be named new UW football coach

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 Gov. Walker calls right-to-work a distraction; Rhythm & Booms on indefinite hold; Mary Burke to seek reelection to Madison School Board

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 Gov. Scott Walker opposes EPA's Clean Power Plan; Common Council agrees to rebid Judge Doyle Square; federal appeals court stays execution of Scott Panetti

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 Madison Water Utility proposes 30% water rate increase; Walker's administration projects $2.2 billion deficit for 2015-17; Incoming Assembly will have least experience since 1960s

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 Proposed fees would make Wisconsin one of the most expensive places to buy a car; Madison ranked number one place for 'successful aging;' Mayor Soglin declines to veto budget

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 63-year-old missing woman's body found; Ron Johnson labelled most vulnerable Republican senator in country; Mary Burke won't run for office again

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